Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council (KAAC) felicitated teachers of 37 schools which has secured A+ grade in the Gunotsav which was conducted in the two hills districts of Karbi Anglong in 2017. The felicitation ceremony was held at Joysing Doloi Auditorium in Diphu on Saturday.
In West Karbi Anglong a total of 741 schools were covered in the first phase, while Karbi Anglong district with a total of 1,300 schools was covered in the second phase of Gunotsav. The felicitation function was held here at Joysing Doloi Auditorium on Saturday.
In Assam, Gunotsav was conducted in 20 districts including the two districts of Karbi Anglong and West Karbi Anglong for determining the ability of child’s learning and other co-scholastic activities in schools. The purpose of the Gunotsav is also to see the availability of infrastructures and other requirements in schools.
Morakorduiguri Assamese LP School, Morakordoiguri under Hanjanglangso cluster came out on top among 37 schools securing A+ grade. The teachers of 37 schools were handed a certificate, trophy and Karbi traditional turban.
Chief Executive Member (CEM), KAAC Tuliram Ronghang in his speech said Karbi Anglong district has nothing to be proud about as the district is at the bottom in the result of Gunotsav. There is a lot of work to be done. The teachers, students and parents need to work harder in bringing education of the district to a higher level. In order to improve education of the district the foundation level i.e. primary level should be made strong and for that responsibility lies with the general public including teachers, parents and guardians and students.
With an aim to facelift education in the district, teachers transfer and posting will be done. He also said salaries of teachers will be hiked as an incentive.
Executive Member (EM) for Higher Education, KAAC Jagatsing Engti said teachers of government Schools are better in terms of salary compared to private schools. The teachers of private schools get a meager sum as salary, but their performance is much better than government schools, which needed to be examined.